Vince McMahon is 77-years-old, and his body has been through a lot over the years. All that wear and tear, endless nights without sleeping, focusing on the pro wrestling business every waking moment of his life, has taken a toll on The Chairman. Now, it seems that he had major spinal surgery last week.

Since the Endeavor sale, Vince McMahon has primarily been operating remotely for WWE, allowing him more flexibility in his schedule. However, after the sale of the company to Endeavor, he has officially returned to the WWE fold. Taking up the role of Executive Chairman for the newly formed TKO company, he now holds oversight over both WWE and UFC divisions.

With the convenience of working remotely, Vince McMahon has seized the opportunity to focus on self-improvement. This gave him a chance to dedicate some time to improving his overall well-being. That apparently included major surgery.

Sean Sapp noted that Vince McMahon recently underwent “major spinal surgery.” It seems that he is recovering well after going under the knife.


Vince McMahon had major spinal surgery last week. We’re told he’s now recovering. The surgery lasted about five hours and was a pretty intensive one.

We will have to see how long it takes for Vince McMahon to get around after having such a major surgery. We will also keep an eye out for more updates on this ongoing story.

Hopefully, Vince McMahon is able to recover and get back to 100%. Whether he’s mobile or not, he can still make remote changes to WWE television. After all, the Chairman still has the ability to get into Triple H’s ear whenever he likes.

What’s your take on this recent update from Vince McMahon? Sound off in the comments!

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